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Situated in the capital of the Northwest Territories, the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) produces exhibitions that tell stories about the land, people, and history of the NWT. However, the PWNHC is "more than a museum". In addition...more
All reviewsgreat museummuseum cafemuseum is freeinformative exhibitsscavenger huntexcellent exhibitsnatural historygreat place to learnnorthwest territoriesall ageson displayfirst nationsnorthern heritage centrelocal culturebeautiful buildingprince of walesfew hours
it's a nice museum / place to understand more the culture/history and wild lives of Nordic circle. it's located in a convenient location, no admission fee and most visitors enjoy the exhibits and it's precious to see the 1 first handmade google.
Nice exhibit of Yellowknife 's history, culture, people, n nature. We went there before tours viewing Buffalo, n hiking Cameron Fall, we found the information helpful and appreciated more of the visit .
This free attraction gives a very detailed introduction to the local history and heritage of Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories. The cafe is currently closed for renovations (August 2018) and the the museum guide was absent on the day we visited. Even so we enjoyed...More
a wealth of information presented in this centre, is astonishing. it is a new museum, and they walk you through seasonal weather in NWT. the rich history presented help us understand about the city as well as the province. it is located close to the...More